Technical Tidbits 5/21: In Which Everyone Gets Real Sassy

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Today's Tidbits concern political comments, passing on others' submissions, previous employees, poking fun, and poorly crafted logos.

Gt_mediumPaul Johnson: Enigmatic football coach. Loving husband and father. Political activist?

Gt_medium Folks have started poking fun at Coach Pehrson over #themigration. Surprisingly, Coach Pehrson is not amused.

Gt_medium Ex-Jacket AD Dan Radakovich recently did an interview in which he made some interesting comments concerning his time at Georgia Tech, including his interactions with the NCAA and his decision to raise student athletic fees. I'd recommend reading the article. It really provides some interesting insights.

Gt_medium ESPN's ACC Blog recently added a second blogger (who's much, much better than your other favorite ESPN ACC blogger), and yesterday she posted a video tooting the horn of DB Jemea Thomas. Besides the fact that her opinion is SUPER important (note the sarcasm), I post this for packerman, who loves when I talk about Jemea.

Gt_medium In completely unrelated news to Tech, the Sun Belt revealed its new conference logo on Sunday, which EDSBS says, and I quote, "does not look like a robot's sphincter". I'll leave judgement on that one up to you.

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